Kāinga Ora financially sustainable, minister Sepuloni tells parliament

Kāinga Ora financially sustainable, minister Sepuloni tells parliament
Carmel Sepuloni stood in for housing minister Megan Woods yesterday. (Image: BusinessDesk)
Greg Hurrell
The government insists Kāinga Ora’s ballooning debt is manageable and that it has no concerns about the agency’s financial sustainability.Social development and employment minister Carmel Sepuloni faced questioning from National’s spokesperson for housing and infrastructure Chris Bishop in parliament on Thursday.Bishop was tackling the government over a June ministerial briefing paper by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) – leaked to BusinessDesk – that expressed strong concerns about Kāinga Ora&rs...

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